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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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The Reboot of London’s Epic Art Scene | What’s On Now
Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

There is no end to the wonderful exhibitions now on view in London. The city can’t stop and it won’t stop.

Sophie Tea: Love Doesn’t Stop | ME London

On show until September 6th, 2021

The ME Hotel London is currently home to Sophie Tea, a new-age, fierce, and inclusive contemporary artist who is breaking down barriers in the art world and taking the London art scene by storm. Sophie is a UK artist who made her name by turning her back on the traditional gallery route and took to Instagram to sell her paintings worldwide. She offers payment plans for her paintings that makes her art accessible to more people across the globe, who perhaps would never have dreamed of buying a piece of art if it was marketed at its full price. Sophie is currently raising money for the charity Mind. Every donation to the charity is an entry in a ballet to win one of her paintings.

Currently on view at ME London, as part of her art residency, is Sophie Tea’s new collection ‘Hearts’. This collection is dedicated to those who have struggled in isolation during the pandemic and is meant to symbolise that there is always love.

Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.
Sophie Tea, Together, 24”x24” Original Heart On Canvas.

Paula Rego | Tate Modern

On show until October 24th, 2021

This exhibition is the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of Paula Rego’s work to date. This exhibition walks us through Rego’s extraordinary life and highlights the socio-political context in which her work and life was rooted. The exhibition encompasses a wide range of Rego’s mediums such as collage, paintings, epic pastels and ink and pencil drawings.

Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.
Paula Rego The Artist in Her Studio 1993 Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K. / Bridgeman Images © Paula Rego.

Sneakers Unboxed: Studio to Street | The Design Museum

On show until October 24th, 2021

For the fashionistas amongst you, the Design Museum are bringing it in hot with an exhibition entirely dedicated to trainers. From Converse to Nike, Puma to Reebok, all the brands that have become cultural symbols in our time will be displayed. The exhibition will guide their audiences through the sneaker process… From the most technically savvy sneakers of today to iconic collaborations that have shaped the urban scene, the Design Museum has it all.

Jordan x Colette Jordan I Retro High (F&F). The Design Museum.

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser | V&A

On show until December 31st, 2021

Since Lewis Carroll devised Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland in 1865, there have been countless adaptations and reinventions of the colourful and vibrant imaginary world. From immersive theatrical shows to contemporary illustrations, the V&A is currently exhibiting 156 years of retellings. On display are some of the most iconic readaptations of Carroll’s timeless novel, including Salvador Dalí’s art and costumes from the Royal Ballet production. The exhibition is on view until the end of the year… Will you take a tumble down the rabbit hole?

Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
Zenaida Yanowsky as The Red Queen in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The Royal Ballet. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley. © ROH, Johan Persson, 2011. Sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.
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